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SwedishPod101.com
Monday at 6:30 pm
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What would you like to find in Sweden?

SwedishPod101.comVerified
Sunday at 1:36 pm
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Hej Bena!


Jättebra! :thumbsup:


Det är bättre om du säger "en mexikansk restaurang"


Ha en jättebra dag!

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Bena
Sunday at 11:50 pm
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Hej!

Jag vill hitta en mexikanska restaurang, så kan jag säga:

Var kan jag äta mexikanska mat?

Eller

Var ligger en mexikansk restaurang?


Tack! :)

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Wednesday at 6:21 pm
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Hej Ruba!


Båda dina meningar är rätt!

"Var ligger bokhandeln" är mer specifikt att du vill gå till just bokhandeln!

Men du kan säga båda!


Jättebra!

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ruba
Friday at 8:35 pm
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Hej allihopa!


Jag vill gärna gå till bokhandeln.

Så jag kan säga: Var kan jag köpa böcker? eller: Var ligger bokhandeln?

Är det rätt?


Tack och hälsningar!


Ruba

Victor Ochoa
Tuesday at 10:34 pm
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Yes, I have a question, when the speaker is going through the sentences at normal speed, ostensibly in informal Swedish, the 'jag' appears to be elided or is silent; is this a consequence of the lesson being taught in informal Swedish, or is this simply the pronunciation of the phrase in normal Swedish speaking speed?